For additional info, contact: David Plechner, Design Sales Manager, C.M. Jones, Incorporated, www.cmjonesinc.com; Office: 610.644.7224. See the VSBA case study here.
Robert Venturi, one of America?s most prominent and challenging architects, designed Pembroke North as an embodiment of the symbols and structures that form our living environments. Its architecture is both simple and bold, effective and environmentally sensitive. Venturi has worked alongside his wife and partner, Denise Scott Brown, and their accomplished team of designers to create world-famous museums, private homes, facilities for major universities — and now this residential community in the heart of the region where he was born, lives and works.The structures? highly efficient energy and mechanical systems meet stringent environmental certification requirements ? making Pembroke North the first multi-family residential buildings to be registered for LEED-certification in the Philadelphia area. The air you breathe is cleaner, the energy costs are lower and the environment is more comfortable.David Plechner of C.M. Jones, Incorporated tells us there are four private courtyards with pavers and planting beds over a parking garage structure. Each patio measures approximately 1000 sf (4000 sf total), and planters add an additional 1280 each (2), making the total sq footage just shy of 7000 sf.
Completed in September, 2008, three individual buildings combine to form Pembroke North. Each contains 18 residences ? with six distinct floor plans on each of three floors. One-, two-, and three-bedroom designs are available. Pembroke North is unlike any other Main Line condominium community ? by design. It will reward the discerning homeowner who values beauty, comfort, convenience, and who invests with an eye toward appreciating assets. Pembroke North is a sophisticated home in the heart of the Main Line, a new way of living in harmony with nature, and an expression of design that is humanized and comfortable.